At Teracy, development tools and development management are very important for us to keep and work in a consistent workflow manner. There are rules, however, the rules should be guided, checked and forced so that everyone could understand and work together more effectively. After a few days of setting up, we’re very happy to introduce our development tools.
As we know, a development team should (at least) have:
- issues management
- source code management
- continuous integration management
- wiki management
Well, if your team is small,
github1 is good enough. However, if you have many repositories,
issue management could be hard. Moreover, the workflow and issues management on
just very simple.
At Teracy, we need more than that. We need a better workflow, we need consistent development tools
that have good and seamlessly integration and
Atlassian2’s products meets our requirements.
Many thanks to
Atlassian for supporting open source projects, we could get open source licenses
for all our development tools for free:
Note that we’re still using
github for our open source projects to get more contribution
easily, thank you
github :). There is no reason why we should not use both
It took us just a few days to setup all these instances.
We would like to take this opportunity to thank you very much,
GlobalSign8, too, for approving
our open source SSL certificate application.
We’re still migrating issues from
github to http://issues.teracy.org and there are still many
steps ahead to setup a good development environment.
Thanks for reading our news, have a nice weekend and and happy playing!